#7. Javier Hernandez
He can’t dribble, can’t pass, and can barely control the ball but that doesn’t stop Javier Hernandez from being one of the most lethal strikers on the planet. The forward scored 26 goals in 40 matches for Bayer Leverkusen last season after a loan spell at Real Madrid. The Mexican became a household name following his move to Manchester United in 2010 and quickly became a regular goalscorer for the club. Hernandez was likened to former United forward Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for his ability to thrive when coming off the bench. Eventually his opportunities ended and Hernandez moved to the Bundesliga in 2015 where he is now flourishing. He’s an out-and-out goalscorer who can do very little else.